Richard Diebenkorn Videos
The exhibition Closely Considered – Diebenkorn in Berkeley (September 14 – November 22, 2014) was a celebration of the historic role that the Richmond Art Center played in supporting the artists of the Bay Area Figurative Movement, including Richard Diebenkorn, during their formative years.
Video 1: Considering Diebenkorn.
Friends, students, collectors and artists will gather for an informal discussion on how Richard Diebenkorn’s art, teaching and spirit have influenced the art and teaching in the Bay Area for half a century. This event was part of the exhibition Closely Considered – Diebenkorn in Berkeley.
Video 2: Renee Bott: Printing With Diebenkorn.
Renee Bott, co-founder of Paulson-Bott Press, joined the Richmond Art Center and shared her masterly pursuits in the printmaking studio and wonderful stories of working with Richard Diebenkorn when she was at Crown Point Press.
Video 3: Richard Diebenkorn: The Long Regard.
Gretchen Grant, daughter of Richard Diebenkorn, and Kathan Brown, founder of Crown Point Press and printer and publisher of the artist’s significant work in intaglio, talked about the long span of years watching Richard Diebenkorn at work and being engaged by his process. Kathan Brown’s documentary of Diebenkorn was also be screened.